Equal Education Organisation
says President Jacob Zuma must Re-prioritise Education
In just over twenty-years
since the first democratically elected Former President of the State, Nelson
Mandela, was elected, the quality of education and its system is still unequal
to most South Africans.
Khayelitsha based Equal Education
Organisation says, in his State of the Nation’s Address, President Jacob Zuma
needs to re-prioritise education, Tshepo a secretary of the organisation said “what we expect of the state of the nation address
from President Jacob Zuma.
expect the president to re re-prioritise education as the centre in achieving
bright historic crimes in the country, improving their standard of education by
providing adequate schooling infrastructure particularly in rural provinces
like in the Eastern Cape, Limpopo and Kwa Zulu Natal.
we hope the president can apologise to the country for his handling of the
economy during the Nthlathla Nene firing.”
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